Calling It Home, featuring the 2nd Annual United Way Jambalaya Cook-Off
The second annual St. Bernard Parish Jambalaya Cook-Off will be held in conjunction with the Southern Food & Beverage Museum “Calling It Home Festival” on November 2nd.
The cook-off will be held on the first day of the two day festival with all proceeds taken in from 11 am to 2 pm going to St. Bernard United Way agencies: Arc-St. Bernard, Community Center of St. Bernard, Family Services-St. Bernard, and the St. Bernard Battered Women’s Program. Cook Teams of up to four persons will compete to be named “Best Jambalaya in St. Bernard Parish”. For more information on how to sign up a cook team contact Gary Huettmann, United Way SELA - St. Bernard, at GaryH@unitedwaysela.org. St. Bernard United Way Jambalaya Cook-Off Saturday, November 2nd at 11 am – 2 pm $10 pay one price entry fee includes all you can eat jambalaya from 11 am – 2 pm, festival admission, live entertainment, dancing, and crafts. Children under 12 free. Docville Farm – Oak Grove, 5124 E. St. Bernard Highway, Violet, LA 70092
About the Calling It Home Festival: The “Calling It Home Festival” is a two day event celebrating the culture and great spirit of St. Bernard by showcasing live music, food, and crafts. The festival will be held on November 2-3, from 11 am to 7 pm at Docville Farm. The event is organized by the Southern Food & Beverage Museum and hosted by the Meraux Foundation.